Two books by Author Kim Pearson Chosen as Finalists for the 2008 National Best Books Awards from

Issaquah, Washington (PRWEB) November 1, 2008

Kim Pearson’s humorous look through a dog’s eyes, Dog Park Diary: the social round of Goody Beagle, and her inspirational call to find your place in history, Making History: how to remember, record, interpret and share the events of your life, were both chosen as Finalists in’s National Best Books 2008 Awards. is the premiere online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses.

Dog Park Diary, a finalist in the Animals/Pets General category, is the story of a dog’s visits to her local dog park, where she meets her friends and acquaintances every day. They play ball and tug and chase, they sniff butt, they smell things, and they enjoy being dogs. It’s a doggy soap opera brought to life by the funny, acerbic comments of an opinionated beagle, and glorious dog park action photography,” says the award-winning author.

Making History, finalist in the Non-Fiction Narrative category, is “a comprehensive, easy to use, fun method of exploring the times of your life against a backdrop of historic events. Take a wild gallop through recent history and ask yourself: How did I make a difference? What did I contribute? What did I witness? How can I share it with others?” says Pearson. “I’m thrilled to have been nominated as a finalist for both of these awards.”

Pearson is an author of five books of her own, and a ghostwriter or editor of more than thirty others. To learn more about her go to


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